It's 2019 and we don't have flying cars yet, but new 'digital' plates could have the ability to act as billboards on parked cars, and they may be the future in Colorado.

According to KDVR in Denver, Colorado is eyeing the possibility of replacing the metal mountain plates we have on our cars right now with digital plates. KDVR says the look of the plate will be similar to the page of a Kindle e-book.

The new digital plates could display anything; from an amber alert, to a stolen car, to even advertisements on parked cars. -KDVR

California, Michigan, and Arizona are already leading the way with the new idea, which uses wireless LTE technology like a cell phone. See the video from KDVR here.

'It's basically an electronic version, a computer tablet, if you will.' - 12 News in Arizona


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